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#16 - Meet with them to accomplish what? Nothing. Nothing more than …  [+] (3 replies) 10/12/2016 on wallace 0
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#17 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (10/12/2016) [-]
My point was that you said they shun hillary but that the dov gives legitimacy to blm for simply meeting with her but you didn't even address that.
" beyond the teens who run amok the streets with no sense of direction, and see the actuality of it's leaders."
First off another large point they gave to BLM was that they had no "strong black leadership" to assassinate. So what you're saying is directly contradicting the documentary you defend.
Secondly theres literally hoards of teens chanting "what do we want? Dead cops" over and over so don't tell me it's not only about black lives when "all lives matter" is considered racist.
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#19 - Mickeyboi (10/12/2016) [-]
The doc didn't give legitimacy to BLM for meeting with her. It exemplified the legitimacy that BLM already had and her attempt to use it as a platform in her political campaign. A politician doesn't not support something that carries no steam. She merely hopped aboard a train that no one wants her on. People may be against Trump for understandable reasons but, I've never met a person who actually likes Hillary and anyone who does probably just considers her the lesser of two evils. Saying "All live matter" isn't racist, it's just a lie. Since when did ALL lives matter? For the last 400 years the only lives that truly mattered historically were the lives of whites.
Not in the Declaration of Independence, not in the federal constitution, and not in the many state level and local laws that tailored to the higher courts.

Now with that said, let you can I come together as brethren of one species and think about this for a second. The whole good cop bad cop thing. Police officers are supposed to uphold the law to the highest standard. Now, if there are 50 officers in a precinct, and only 25 of them are "bad cops," how many of the other 25 "good" are aware of it? All of them. How many times have cops stuck with the "code of silence" when it came to crimes amongst peers. For all the cops that are found guilty of crime and murder and brutality, there are 100 more that knew and didn't say anything. That is why the people revolt in the streets. No one wants cops to stop doing their jobs; its a dangerous profession, and is necessary to maintain order. But what the people do want is accountability. Those defending rouge police behavior and the murder of unarmed individuals point toward the rate of black on black murder as a pressure release valve to alleviate the guilt but that's avoiding the pressing matter at hand. All those blacks that are responsible for murder(and even those that are not responsible) are held accountable and are tried and given the long dick of the law. Police officers on the other hand often get slaps on the wrists for murder and beating people senseless. Some even get paid time off. That's the thing that outrages people, if the cops were tried as if they were regular citizen(which they are) there would be no need for protests about cops murdering people, because the system would handle it. But as you've just watched, it doesn't. And you still can't see what that documentary was really trying to tell you. Can you?
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#18 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (10/12/2016) [-]
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#14 - Actually it was an eye opening experience and an unveiling of …  [+] (5 replies) 10/11/2016 on wallace 0
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#15 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (10/12/2016) [-]
"basically shuns hillary"
One of it's main points towards BLM was that HRC took them seriously enough to meet with them.
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#16 - Mickeyboi (10/12/2016) [-]
Meet with them to accomplish what? Nothing. Nothing more than to serve her own agendas. If you take a deeper looking into the BLM movement, beyond the teens who run amok the streets with no sense of direction, and see the actuality of it's leaders. You'll see that it's not talking about "ONLY black lives matter", its saying "black lives matter TOO", when since the birth of this nation, they have not. Not even to blacks.
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#17 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (10/12/2016) [-]
My point was that you said they shun hillary but that the dov gives legitimacy to blm for simply meeting with her but you didn't even address that.
" beyond the teens who run amok the streets with no sense of direction, and see the actuality of it's leaders."
First off another large point they gave to BLM was that they had no "strong black leadership" to assassinate. So what you're saying is directly contradicting the documentary you defend.
Secondly theres literally hoards of teens chanting "what do we want? Dead cops" over and over so don't tell me it's not only about black lives when "all lives matter" is considered racist.
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#19 - Mickeyboi (10/12/2016) [-]
The doc didn't give legitimacy to BLM for meeting with her. It exemplified the legitimacy that BLM already had and her attempt to use it as a platform in her political campaign. A politician doesn't not support something that carries no steam. She merely hopped aboard a train that no one wants her on. People may be against Trump for understandable reasons but, I've never met a person who actually likes Hillary and anyone who does probably just considers her the lesser of two evils. Saying "All live matter" isn't racist, it's just a lie. Since when did ALL lives matter? For the last 400 years the only lives that truly mattered historically were the lives of whites.
Not in the Declaration of Independence, not in the federal constitution, and not in the many state level and local laws that tailored to the higher courts.

Now with that said, let you can I come together as brethren of one species and think about this for a second. The whole good cop bad cop thing. Police officers are supposed to uphold the law to the highest standard. Now, if there are 50 officers in a precinct, and only 25 of them are "bad cops," how many of the other 25 "good" are aware of it? All of them. How many times have cops stuck with the "code of silence" when it came to crimes amongst peers. For all the cops that are found guilty of crime and murder and brutality, there are 100 more that knew and didn't say anything. That is why the people revolt in the streets. No one wants cops to stop doing their jobs; its a dangerous profession, and is necessary to maintain order. But what the people do want is accountability. Those defending rouge police behavior and the murder of unarmed individuals point toward the rate of black on black murder as a pressure release valve to alleviate the guilt but that's avoiding the pressing matter at hand. All those blacks that are responsible for murder(and even those that are not responsible) are held accountable and are tried and given the long dick of the law. Police officers on the other hand often get slaps on the wrists for murder and beating people senseless. Some even get paid time off. That's the thing that outrages people, if the cops were tried as if they were regular citizen(which they are) there would be no need for protests about cops murdering people, because the system would handle it. But as you've just watched, it doesn't. And you still can't see what that documentary was really trying to tell you. Can you?
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#18 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (10/12/2016) [-]
doc*
#65 - Humans steal, you can't leave valuable merchandise on peoples …  [+] (3 replies) 10/11/2016 on twitter +1
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#66 - kennyh (10/11/2016) [-]
Different packages are classified in different ways, if it's an expensive new cell phone you have to be there to receive it, if it's a package of paper towels they can leave it on your back door, the current system is more than acceptable.
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#87 - puppyfood (10/12/2016) [-]
Except it's almost always the other way around where they absolutely need your signature for the paper towels but gladly leave the phone in the middle of your front porch
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#88 - kennyh (10/12/2016) [-]
Never had that happen before.
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